I'm happy to say that I've never had a bad experience. Sure I've had to stand in some long lines, but the deals were worth it. I put on my most comfortable sweats, no make up, baseball cap, pick up some peppermint hot chocolate from Starbucks so I feel warm and Christmassy and head out. I find the people around me are more like members of a secret club. It's kind of a "we're all in this together" mentality. I find it's useful to bring a friend so one can stand in line while the other shops. Then you trade off before someone makes it all the way to the cashier. If it were a negative experience, I wouldn't go either. I'm finding as my kids get older, however, that their lists are very specific so that makes my shopping easier.shanon wrote:To keep with the whole Black Friday shopping topic.. I REFUSE to get out into all that madness! People are rude, crazy , & impatient. I have no tolerance for it. I would rather pay full price!
vampmadness wrote:dimber, I swear I started seeing Christmas decorations at the stores here in late September. All the Halloween stuff is already on clearance at most stores and it is not even for another week! As soon as Christmas is over, out comes the Valentines Day stuff!
I am trying to imagine a world with no Black Friday *sigh*
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